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Dining | Food Matters: Sushi Madness, Earth Day & Hot Sake Fusion 

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By the way, I Sushi features half-priced rolls during weekday lunches. And, for sake lovers, for $8, you can purchase your own traditional Japanese wooden sake box at I ♥ Sushi. Customers write their names on the boxes or decorate them and leave them at the sushi bar for return visits.n

In conjunction with Earth Day on April 22, Park City will kick off Sustainability Week and the Energy Film Festival with Recycle Utah’s Earth Day Party at Squatters Roadhouse Grill, from 5-9 p.m. The cost for the party is $25 for adults and $10 for kids under 12, which includes dinner and drinks. All proceeds will directly benefit Recycle Utah and go toward the purchase of a new EPS foam densifier, a type of compactor that reduces bulky white packing foam to a fraction of its original size. In addition, the Park City Squatters will host a number of free Sustainability Week educational seminars like Recycling & Composting 101, Running a Greener Business and Greening Your Home. For more information on the Earth Day Party and Sustainability Week and Energy Film Festival, go to RecycleUtah.org. Squatters Roadhouse Grill is located in Park City at 1900 Park Ave. Its phone is 649-9868 and its Website is Squatters.com.

Along with its famous knife-wielding chefs, teppanyaki-style Japanese cuisine and the sushi bar upstairs, Benihana also has a cool new drink to offer customers. It’s called a Hot Sake Infusion. Served in a large sake bottle and traditional Japanese sake cup, the Benihana Hot Sake Infusion features Benihana’s hot sake and a choice of Grand Marnier, Chambord, Midori or SOHO Lychee Liqueur. Benihana is located at 165 S. West Temple. Phone them at 322-2421 or visit Benihana.com.

Quote of the week: I never eat sushi. I have trouble eating things that are merely unconscious. —George Carlin

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